Hello Sir. Thank you so very much for the lecture, it helped me a lot in understanding the topic. I just had a doubt about the z score, will I be provided with the table for z score, discount and annuity in the exam? If yes then will it be a hard copy or will the question have it? and what are the tables or formulae sheets will I be given during the exam?
Thank you for your response in advance.

MuhammedSaleem says

sir, why didnt you multiply the r by 1000 like we did in regression??

we should do that know?

John Moffat says

Because the top and bottom of the equation would both be multiplied by the same amount. So the result would not be affected.

ammii says

very understandable. thank you very much,

John Moffat says

Thankyou for your comment 🙂

Asif110 says

Beautiful lecture, sir. The Terminology Terminator you are – make them easy peasy 🙂

John Moffat says

Thank you for your comment.

hafsa30hajira@gmail.com says

Hello Sir. Thank you so very much for the lecture, it helped me a lot in understanding the topic. I just had a doubt about the z score, will I be provided with the table for z score, discount and annuity in the exam? If yes then will it be a hard copy or will the question have it? and what are the tables or formulae sheets will I be given during the exam?

Thank you for your response in advance.

foziljonkh says

Thanks for your help guys! God bless you all for your help for making it easy for us!

John Moffat says

Thank you for your comment 🙂

Mitiksha says

Coefficien of dertermination underroot of .98 should positive .98 and not .96 . is this correct?

John Moffat says

The coefficient of determination is the square of the coefficient of correlation.

The coefficient of correlation is 0.98, and therefore the coefficient of determination is 0.98^2 = 0.96.